Book Reads: The Survival Super Squad – Free Activities

The Survival Super Squad series of books, written by children's author Tina Talbot, are a fun way to teach primary age children about the importance of nature for our survival and that of the planet.

The first two books introduce The Daring Droplets; three loveable droplet characters that teach children about the water cycle. ‘The Daring Droplets: World Water Cycle Team’ is aimed at 4 to 7 year olds and tells the story of the characters having a race to see which one of them completes a water cycle first. ‘The Daring Droplets’ Diary: 350 million years ago to today’ is aimed at 6-9 year olds and teaches them how old the water cycle is. The Daring Droplets share their water cycle adventures beginning with the giant bugs of the prehistoric era, and ending with the challenges of today’s man-made dangers.

The Wilful Wildflowers are the newest members of the team. In their first book ‘The Wilful Wildflowers and The Golden Petal’, the wildflowers embark on a quest to find out which one of them is the most beautiful wildflower in the world. It is a lovely story that teaches children about the role of wildflowers in our eco-system, art and the importance of friendships and self-acceptance.

Tina has been going into schools reading her books and running interactive sessions with students. Her Survival Super Squad help the children to understand more about their natural world. The sequel to the Wilful Wildflowers will be published next year.

Tina has been so kind to provide our teachers and parents with activities to accompany her books below. To use these free resources with the books, you can access them on Amazon Kindle and free on Amazon Unlimited.

Drawing Activities – The Daring Droplets

Drawing Activities Book 2 – The Daring Droplets

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